Users can solve some problems related to crashes, slow-responding screen, low battery capacity or messaging troubles … with a few simple settings.
01. Quickly running out of power
Low battery is a common problem which happens to many smartphones and the iPhone is also not an exception. Some settings below can help users overcome this limitation on Apple smartphones.
Disable automatic refresh feature for background application by going to Settings > General and navigate to Background App Refresh. Here you can turn off all or any unnecessary applications, which don’t need frequent use.
Next to Settings > Privacy > Location Services and scroll down to the bottom to select System Services. Some features will need to be navigated to enhance experience on the iPhone, but it also consumes power considerably. The suggestion is that you should turn off Location-Based iAds, Popular Near Me and Frequent.
Also, users can go to Settings > General > Usage > Battery Usage to know what software on your smartphone require the most battery. Based on that information, you can delete or adjust usage to extend battery life.
02. “Lag” or slow running
After using for a short period of time, many customers often complain that their iPhone and iPads start running slowly and not as smoothly as in the past. This occurs because the device contains too much data.
Remedy this situation by going to Settings > General > Usage and navigate to Manage Storage. Here you will know which parts of the gadget were used, and how large free space is as well as which applications consume the most memory.
Applications may be removed easily by pressing and holding on the main screen icon, then select the X and confirm. Photos and videos you can sign up for online loading through sync service, iCloud or Google Photo, then you should delete them on the machine to free up resources.
03. Connectivity troubles
If you have trouble connecting Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or cellular networks, simply turn off the machine by turning it into Airplane mode in 30 seconds and then try to reconnect. If there is no problem with the hardware, this method can be effective in many cases.
If that does not work, the user can restore the connection settings. To do this, you should go to Settings > General > Reset and select Reset Network Settings.
04. Unable to send messages
When encountering this problem, in addition to ensuring the freight you can check the connection. With iMessage service, you will need to have the Internet via Wi-Fi or cellular network. When the iPhone informs that your message are not be delivered, click the red exclamation mark on the side and select Try Again.
If the situation is still not resolved, please restart the device by holding the power button and the Home button for 20 seconds.
05. Sync trouble
Many customers find it annoying when syncing on iPhones can’t be accomplished. The simplest thing that users should check is that whether the device is connected to Wi-Fi or mobile network or not. Then try going to Facebook or using your browser to go to familiar sites like Google.com.
If the Internet is active but still having problems syncing, make sure that your iPhone has been upgraded to the latest iOS version. To check if an update is available or not, go to Settings > General and select Software Update.
If synchronous incidents continue to occur, you should try to remove each account and then add again. Users can manage this section in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and find Accounts.
06. Not functioning apps
This situation causes users to lose control of the app and then it automatically exits. If a new iOS operating system is updated, do not forget to check and install it by going to Settings > General and select Software Update.
Users should also update applications in the App Store. The simplest way to ensure that apps are always updated is to turn on Automatic Updates. To do this, you can go to Settings > iTunes & App Store and switch Updates on.
If an app is unresponsive or exits automatically, double-click the Home button to open the multitasking management. Swipe up to shut down the application and then reopen.
07. Unresponsive screen
Because of its monolithic design and built-in battery, many people would not know what do if their iPhone crashes in which all tasks are paralyzed and touch screen stops responding. In this case, to restart the machine is the best suggested solution.
Press the power button and the Home button simultaneously until the iPhone screen is off, and then hold on until the Apple logo appears. Finally you already complete the process by using hard keys.
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